Calvert County Deputy Nominated for "America's Most Wanted" All-Star Awards - Southern Maryland Headline News

Calvert County Deputy Nominated for "America's Most Wanted" All-Star Awards



Cpl Anthony Moschetto of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office has been nominated for the America's Most Wanted (AMW) All-Star Awards. You can vote on-line once per day up until April 15. Photo courtesy of America's Most Wanted (AMW).
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. - Cpl. Anthony Moschetto of the Calvert County Sheriff's Office has been nominated for the America's Most Wanted (AMW) All-Star Awards. This is the third year for the awards which honor law enforcement first-responders.

One All-Star Finalist is selected and recognized each week for eight weeks. Winners are selected by the public using on-line voting. Each finalist will receive AMW gear and be entered in the voting for the grand prize of $10,000 and a trip to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series (TM) All-Star Challenge in May.

Cpl. Moschetto was nominated for his contribution in determining the level of illegal drugs in the system of the driver who took the lives of two women in a motor vehicle crash on Md. Rt. 2/4 in Port Republic in April 2006. The one woman was driving an ambulance and the second woman was a patient who was being transported. According to Moschetto's profile on the AMW website:

"On the morning of April 17, 2006, Corporal Anthony Moschetto was one of two deputies to respond to the scene of a multi-vehicle crash in Calvert County, Md. The deputies found a AAA transport ambulance in flames after it had been pushed into oncoming traffic, killing both occupants. Corporal Moschetto discovered that the driver of the vehicle [which struck the ambulance] was under the influence of PCP. In addition to Corporal Moschetto's DRE training, he is certified as a DRE and standardized field sobriety test instructor and crash reconstructionist and he's the DUI enforcement coordinator for the sheriff's office. Corporal Moschetto is heavily involved in community outreach activities. He sets up mock crashes to raise drunk driving awareness in Calvert County High Schools and is a member of the Drug and Alcohol Awareness Unit for educational health programs."

You can vote for Cpl. Moschetto by visiting http://www.amw.com/allstar/2007/searchdetail.cfm?id=3933. You can vote once per day until voting ends on April 15.

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